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WAAAM - Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum
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Located in Hood River, Oregon, Western Antique Aeroplane and Automobile Museum (WAAAM) opened their doors to the public for the first time on September 7th, 2007.
Step back in time with us, and re-live the golden age of transportation.
The WAAAM Air & Auto Museum has one of the largest collections of still-flying antique aeroplanes and still-driving antique automobiles in the country. The items on display at this museum are not only full of history, they're full of LIFE!
At WAAAM you will enjoy our extensive collection of antique aircraft including the 1917 Curtiss JN-4D Jenny featuring an OX-5 90 HP engine, our Piper Cub and WACO collections, Aeronca collection, Stearman collection and many more fun aircraft.
Don't forget the cars. There are over 130 cars in the collection at last count. Whether you want to see the 1914 Detroit Electric, a Ford Model A or Model T, a Packard, a Studebaker or even a Locomobile, you are sure to find your favorite.
If motorcycles are your wheels of choice, we have you covered too! WAAAM has Harley Davidsons, Indians, Cushmans and more!
Aircraft, automobiles, motorcycles, tractors, military jeeps and engines all get their day in the sun again at WAAAM.
The items on display at this museum are not only full of history... they're full of LIFE!
The Museum offers numerous events throughout the year, including Second Saturday, where we get the engines running. Please join us! Ride in antique cars, watch the antique planes take off and land, eat ... drink ... be merry!
The Museum is open 7 days a week from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. (Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Years Day.
We are located at 1600 Air Museum Road, Hood River, Oregon 97031.
Phone (541) 308-1600
For alot more information, pictures, videos and more, visit our WAAAM Website.
When contacting WAAAM, let them know you saw their ad on Northwest Classic Auto Mall.
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